Tiles businessman Abhishek Agarwal, lodged in Beur Central Jail, is once again in the news. He was cheating the employees there by showing the bullying of ADG and Home Secretary inside the jail. Along with this, the officers posted in the jail were also getting angry. He was demanding facilities from the senior officers of the jail department through his mobile.
According to sources, he has got the former jailer Ramanuja suspended. Was trying to scare the officers by telling this. Abhishek Agarwal is ruling alone in the jail. This has been revealed from the raid in the jail on Tuesday. Smart mobile has been recovered from Abhishek Agarwal.
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On getting this information, even the senior officers of the jail were stunned. From the jail staff to the CCTV camera and then many inmates of the jail are also being interrogated. According to the information received from the jail sources, Abhishek Agarwal was doing big things with his mobile in the jail. Even while being in jail, he was using the mobile by bluffing the officials inside the jail. The question arises that despite such tight security, how did mobiles reach such a vicious person inside the jail? Which people in the jail helped Abhishek Agarwal in providing him mobile is also a matter of investigation.
Earlier, Abhishek Agarwal had also duped the then DGP by taking the name of former Justice. Case number 33/2020 is registered against Abhishek Agarwal in the Economic Offenses Police Station. Abhishek Agarwal was booked under IPC sections 353, 387, 149, 420, 467, 468, 120 (b) and 66 (c), 66 (d) of the IT Act. Presently, Abhishek Agarwal is lodged in Beur Jail, one of the most sensitive districts of Patna.
At the same time, an FIR has been registered in this matter at Beur police station. How did Abhishek Agarwar get mobile inside the jail. This will also be investigated. Even before this, after the recovery of mobiles and objectionable items inside Beur Jail, several jail officials were in trouble. Now it has to be seen that after this incident, how many people in jail are exposed for such gross negligence.